May 17, 1863|
Quebec City, Canada East
|Died||January 15, 1951
Born in Quebec City, Canada East, the son of Antoine Gérin-Lajoie, Gérin studied at the Séminaire de Nicolet before receiving a law degree from Université Laval in 1884. In 1886, he went to Paris for a few months and became interested in sociology. Returning to Canada, he settled in Ottawa and worked for the federal government and the Canadian House of Commons.
A Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, he served as its president from 1933 to 1934 and was awarded the Lorne Pierce Medal in 1941. The Government of Quebec's Prix Léon-Gérin is named in his honour.
- "Prix Léon-Gérin". Government of Quebec.
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Francis Ernest Lloyd
|President of the Royal Society of Canada
W. Lash Miller
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